Date: 11th July 2012 at 2:34pm
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Crewe Alexandra boss Steve Davis says he is happy enough with his work in the transfer market so far.

Alex have already added Mark Ellis and Gregor Robertson into defence and Mathias Pogba and most recently Michael West further forward.

Meanwhile, former Northampton Town midfield enforcer Abdul Osman is currently on trial with the club and expected to feature in the run-out against Congleton at the weekend.

“The recruitment has been progressing well and I’ve enjoyed it,” Davis told Alex’s official website. “I think we are in a reasonably healthy position and now we are looking to see if we can get through pre-season with everyone fit. If we need to add to it, look at the loan market, then we will.”

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